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Back on the Hunt for a Rivotless Extractor for Remington 700 Magnum action.

I am trying to repair a Remington 700 Classic in 300 H&H. I need a rivotless extractor that will fit the "MAGNUM" action. Thought I had one lined up the MidWestGunWorks but it turns out they were confused on which actions the extractor would fit. Their extractor fits the standard long action not the Magnum action. If anyone knows where I can find a rivotless extractor for a Magnum Remington 700 action new or used I would greatly appreciate any help. I would even consider buying a actionless magnum bolt with the extractor if somebody had a wrecked rifle or replaced the bolt for some reason. The bolt doesn't need to work as all I need is the extractor. Thanks, John

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Sorry it didn't work out.

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Sorry it didn't work out.
No problem. You tried. Even the people at Midwest thought it would work. Cant believe I can't find one. Plenty of older Magnum actions out there. I have to believe I am missing something with this extractor.

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It is not the standard extractor. That is an upgrade many are going to. The guy who owns the rifle would like to keep it original if he can. Thanks

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yes all they have are the riveted ones.

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From what I could find, "all" magnums use a riveted extractor. "All" is in quotations because there are obviously some out there with rivetless extractors. I could not find any reference to a rivetless magnum extractor being available as a part. Did you try Remington directly? I've never dealt with them but I have purchased a number of parts directly from Winchester.
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yes all they have are the riveted ones.
Maybe try the Remington Custom Shop.

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Never switch bolts they kind of lap themselves in. I would go to a good gunsmith and have a Sako extractor installed, problem solved.
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